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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Five Sentence Fiction - Entrance


Each week , Lillie McFerrin challenges writers to write a story in FIVE sentences, sharing a prompt to start them off. 
This weeks prompt is Entrance. 

Below is my offering for this week. 
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The winding avenue carpeted with daffodils beneath the mighty Horse Chestnuts heralded a magnificent entrance to McGregor Castle. The tourists disembarked eagerly from their luxury coach. 
"Welcome to my home, I am the Earl of Blackthorn Estate, 700 years in the family," James spoke with distaste for these unwanted but financially necessary guests.  
"Wow, 700 years, that sure makes a good span for ghosts and skeletons in the closet then," a large voice boomed in a hearty manner from the group. 
"Oh indeed, but it is not the dead you should fear but the living, and by that I mean the hungry rats beneath the floorboards," James responded in a serious tone.

3 comments:

  1. A very Lovecraftian little tale!

    Now that poor fellow will be awake all night wondering what caused that sound he heard...

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  2. Atmospheric, succinct and well crafted.
    Loved it.

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